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Water Quality in Inland Ponds for Low-Salinity Culture of Pacific White Shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei 

Prapaiwong, Naparat (2011-11-29)
Four investigations were performed in inland, low-salinity shrimp farms in Blackland Prairie Region in western Alabama. Three of these investigations were related to performance of shrimp responses to variation of water ...

Water Quality in Inland Saline Aquaculture Ponds and its Relationships to Shrimp Survival and Production 

Jarwar, Aslam (2015-12-08)
Survival and production of shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) in low-salinity pond waters at Greene Prairie Aquafarm (GAF) near Forkland in Green County Alabama varied greatly among ponds, but averages were higher in 2013 than ...

WATER SECURITY IN HAITI: DO NATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS CONSIDER WATER AND SANITATION AS A PRIORITY IN DEVELOPMENT 

Saint Preux, Jean Fritz (2022-12-06)
National Stakeholders play an important role in ameliorating social issues within a given community. Their perception may determine whether a specific issue will be addressed. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the ...

Water Stabilization Using Microparticles 

Shiver, Bryan (2007-08-15)
Liquefaction is a phenomenon in which saturated, loose, cohesionless soil loses its strength due to earthquake shaking or some other loading. A major occurrence of liquefaction was observed by engineers in 1964 during ...

Wave Release Strategies for Order Fulfillment Systems with Deadlines 

Ceven, Erdem (2013-07-11)
A distribution center is ultimately in the business of shipping orders. Because every customer's experience is determined by how timely and accurately an order is received, distribution centers should focus not only on ...

We All Fall Down 

Gray, Katherine (2009-04-14)
On a general level, We All Fall Down is a collection of stories that is unified by the theme of personal connections between family, friends, and significant others. Often, their driving force is exploring what happens ...

Weak Signal Reception Using Software Defined Radios and a Two-Element Antenna Array 

Rundquist, Victor (2006-12-15)
Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a quickly emerging technology. SDR removes the signal processing task from the analog hardware portion of a radio and places it into the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) domain. Many ...

Weaning-Induced Alterations to Sulfur Amino Acid Utilization in Pigs 

Gachman, Alexandra (2023-04-24)  ETD File Embargoed
Weaning is one of the most stressful events for pigs. It is associated with low and variable feed intake, poor nutrient utilization, and high feed costs. A small percentage of weaned pigs do not ingest feed for several ...

Wear Simulation of Electrical Contacts Subjected to Vibrations 

Shinde, Darshan (2008-08-15)
Electrical contacts may be subjected to wear because of shock, vibration, and thermo-mechanical stresses resulting in fretting, increase in contact resistance, and eventual failure over the lifetime of the product. Previously, ...

A Web-Based Personal Driving Assistant Using Real-Time Data and a Dynamic Programming Model 

Alamdar Yazdi, Mohammad Ali (2018-07-24)
Eco-driving and eco-routing have recently attracted paramount attention from both academia and transportation industry. Multiple studies have approached this problem from a variety of angles. The goal of the first two parts ...

Weight and body composition changes in first semester college freshmen 

Saunders, Desiree (2008-08-15)
The “freshman 15” is a common phenomenon that is thought to occur to first year college students. It is the popular idea that college freshmen, due to various reasons, gain 15 pounds during their first year at school. ...

Weight and Body Measurement Changes In College Freshmen 

Balasubramanian, Mahendran (2009-11-04)
A limited number of research studies suggest that new college students gain some weight on average during their freshman year. Most studies have had relatively small samples; some have used self-reported rather than measured ...

Weight Bias Amongst Counselors-In-Training: A Qualitative Inquiry 

Adams, Lisa (2008-12-15)
Despite the increasing rate of persons who are overweight and issues caused by the trend, individuals who are overweight and related issues have not been addressed properly in the field of professional counseling. The ...

Weight Change Among College Freshmen: The Freshmen 4 

Drawdy, Kelly (2007-08-15)
A common phenomenon called the “freshmen 15” is thought to occur during the first year of college. While this belief is popular in press, little scientific evidence supports this phenomenon. This study examined changes in ...

Weight Loss Supplement Use By Gym Clientele 

White, Brenda (2007-08-15)
Obesity remains a major public health problem in the United States. Although practical means, such as a decreasing energy intake, increasing exercise, and modifying behavior, may be used to combat this growing problem, ...

WELDED WIRE SHEAR REINFORCEMENT FOR PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BRIDGE GIRDERS 

Johnston, James (2022-11-28)
Welded wire reinforcement (WWR) is a steel product that is prefabricated into welded sheets. While this product is seeing use as shear reinforcement in precast concrete bridge girders for some states, other states, such ...

“Well, What did you Sexpect?” The Relationship of Heavy Episodic Drinking with Rape Myth Acceptance, Sexual Expectations, and Sexual-Coercion Alcohol Expectancies 

Clinton, Lauren (2022-07-26)
Contemporary research has established a strong relationship between heavy episodic drinking and both perpetration and victimization of sexual assault. To better understand this relationship, we aimed to explore the interaction ...

Wellness Tourism: An Application of Positive Psychological Theory to Overall Quality of Life 

Dillette, Alana Kathryn (2016-08-05)
This goal of this dissertation was to ascertain the characteristics of and relationships between wellness, positive psychological well-being, transformative experiences and overall quality of life within a tourism context. ...

Wetland Hydrologic Modeling through Physically-based and Data-driven Approaches 

Rezaeianzadeh, Mehdi (2017-07-28)
Hydrology influences vegetation composition, species richness, primary productivity, accumulation of organic material, and nutrient availability and cycling in wetlands. Any alteration to wetland hydrology can change the ...

Wetumpka Impact Structure Modeled as the Exposed Remains of a Large, Shallow-Water, Marine-Target Impact Crater for Analysis and Interpretation of Two Drill Cores Taken from Near the Structure’s Geographic Center 

Johnson, Reuben (2007-05-15)
The early Campanian, Wetumpka impact structure has a raised 7.6-km-diameter crystalline rim of pre-impact metamorphic basement. Filling the region within the crystalline rim is a mélange of impact-related sedimentary ...